Completion of the LifeFlight Eagle hangar at Chillicothe Municipal Airport is expected to be near the end August, a slight delay from the original Aug. 16 estimate.

Completion of the LifeFlight Eagle hangar at Chillicothe Municipal Airport is expected to be near the end August, a slight delay from the original Aug. 16 estimate. The most significant reason for the setback is a delay involving the windows and storefront entry door, according to Chillicothe Fire Chief Darrell Wright. The chief presented a construction update during the workshop meeting of the Chillicothe City Council Monday evening at City Hall. He stated that sewer construction was expected to begin this week and be in full operation by Aug. 16. He said the building will be significantly finished this week as crews are finishing the electrical work as well as the heating and air conditioning. The interior painting is mostly completed and the remaining concrete will be poured this week. The flooring is expected to be finished next week and LifeFlight will be cleared to install appliances, radios and phones after Aug. 11. An open house is being planned for Saturday, Sept. 16.